Tuesday was big for Jake Browning.
The 2015 quarterback from Folsom, Calif., essentially doubled his offers by adding Washington and Washington State to his list that already included Utah and Boise State.
Browning started the day in Pullman and after taking a tour there got his third offer from the Cougars. Since he runs a similar style in high school, Browning said he's definitely going to keep a close eye on Washington State as his recruitment goes on.
"Their system is a lot of stuff we do at Folsom," Browning said. "A lot of it comes from coach (Mike) Leach. I sat in their offensive war room for like six hours and watched film with them and I like those coaches a lot, too.
"They're a little quirky and have different personalities but they know their stuff and they love it. They're fun guys who are there to win games. I already like the system and I love the coaching staff."
Later in the day, Browning traveled to Washington where he did similar things - got a campus tour, talked to the coaches, watched film and landed his fourth offer.
"We just went on a tour of the new football field, the new operations building and we went on a big tour of the campus," Browning said. "We got to meet with the coaches a little bit and I went back and watched a lot of film, did some stuff on the white board and they said they wanted to offer me a scholarship."
The coaches at Washington especially stood out to Browning, who threw for 5,248 yards with 63 touchdowns and 16 interceptions in his sophomore season.
"I like them," Browning said. "They're personable people and really good coaches. I like them. No complaints at all really. When you're going through this you look at some reasons why you wouldn't want to go someplace and I couldn't really think of any."
Four offers are in and Browning could be close to others. He hadn't been home yet from his trips to Washington State and Washington so he wasn't sure of new interest but his recruitment is steadily picking up.
If he can put up similar numbers as his sophomore season, there's no telling where his recruitment could be headed. Since it's still so early, Browning doesn't want to rush any decisions yet.
"I want to make it like a year from now," Browning said.
"I want to know what I'm doing before my senior year. Some people are still working on their 2014 class and I understand that. I don't want to rush anybody and then hopefully know what I'm doing by this time next year."